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Nicola Dobbs and Ahrina Cates have a moment during Tuesday evening's production by the Rainbow Connection after-school program.
This image released by the The O+M Co. shows, from left, Jefferson Mays as Henry D'Ysquith, Jennifer Smith, and Bryce Pinkham as Monty Navarro in a scene from "A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder."
Robert Redford's Sundance Institute has gained worldwide recognition for helping bring risky, creative and boundary-pushing films into the mainstream through its star-studded annual film festival that is set to kick off again next month in Utah.
This year's best-in-theater list is overstuffed: There are revolting children, classic plays and circus acrobats.
The theater program at Robert Redford's Sundance Institute is emerging from the shadow of the institute's star-studded annual film festival.
The initiative announced Monday will run for three weeks from Jan. 13 to 29. Nine members of Arena's community engagement department will travel to India to create original plays based on the lives of local participants.
It's a frosty December afternoon. A light snow falls. Settling on the old powder with the softest of sighs, it makes all sparkle anew.
Over a decade ago, in 2003, a man was mauled by a male Bengal tiger. The incident sparked public outrage and was developed into a play.
An audience should go into Alicia Dattner's solo show The Oy of Sex forewarned about a couple of things, both of which are nicely indicated by the title.
Orlando Shakespeare Theater in Partnership with UCF is thrilled to present the epic theatrical event The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby, Parts I and II.
In the past year, the Bolshoi Theater has gone through a series of controversies and management changes.
Peter O'Toole, the legendary Hollywood star made famous by his leading role in 1962's Lawrence of Arabia, died on Saturday, his agent Steve Kenis said.
Actor-writer-director Tom Laughlin, whose production and marketing of "Billy Jack" set a standard for breaking the rules on and off screen, has died.
Averyell Kessler of W. Kessler Ltd., which brings touring Broadway shows to Jackson, predicts a "chilling effect" on its ticket sales, which carry a baseline price of $20-$62.50.
Fountain Hills Theater has announced the opening of the comedy, God of Carnage. "Sticks and stones can break my bones"... but when Benjamin hits Henry at a nearby park, it starts two sets of parents on a comically explosive downhill slide from political correctness to character assassination.
The mesmerizing indie folk rock band from Los Angeles, Dawes brought their brilliant sound to the recently reopened Lobero theater, Wednesday night, December11th.